Early last year, a green Lamborghini made headlines in Kenya after it was spotted on Nairobi roads alongside a red Ferrari and a Rolls Royce. The three secondhand vehicles were imported to the country through the port of Mombasa.
Inside the Nairobi shop that sells luxury car brands including Lamborghini's
A Nairobi shop selling brand new vehicles has caused stir on social media after they advertised a brand new 2015 Lamborghini Huracan worth 24 million shillings.
Car dealers in Nairobi are now selling brand new Lamborghinis; Limuru Road-based car dealers, Imotorize Ltd, caused a stir on social media when they advertised a 2015 Lamborghini Huracan.
The Italian-made super car is retailing at $237,250 or Kes 24,064,572 on the international market.
Skeptical Kenyans were not convinced the posh car could actually be sold in Kenya; other even doubted whether the Lamborghini could be driven on the Kenyan roads.
See some of the reactions posted after the Lamborghini was advertised on Facebook:
Abdi Pac Raxman: Some broke ass will ask how much as if they can even afford the wipers
Stallone El Martial: Christmas unless nijitreat na panadol juu ya solar nikitafuta mapeni.
David Njuguna: After all has been said here, so ni pesa ngapi hiyo gari tuskie vizuri kwa roho?
Peter Muiruri: half a million dollar car!? this is a physical, physiological imposibility.
Baba Qui: Can this car carry thara? If no, the double cab Hilux is still my dream car.
JN Kangethe: I think I have a few hundred millions to blow
Tarsila Janet Radica: How much I send with mpesa now
Jackie Vukalika Ing'airu – Elsworth: On what roads?? Kenya??
Sarah Kabua: Bei haitoshei kwa post ,Facebook, add space bei iandikwe
Ryan Cheigh Giggs: Hii inapita barabara gani coz za kenya sioni hazina shangwe
Murunga Ben Bei: i wuld like a black one
Dennis Wangai: Am sure hata nikishinda mega jackpot ya "sipata" pesa bado haitoshi
Naman Mapesa: Wow
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